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|EWB and RemObjects|
|Mon, Mar 18 2013 5:16 PM||Permanent Link|
i would like to share the "use" of these two products together. I think we are a small subset of users so it would be of interest to all users of both products to "share" our information of use.
maybe i'm wrong but i don't think they are in a competition.
I think a Github Project would be nice if Marc and Tim agree.......
i'm now a user of both products for many years and i would like the "come together"
|Tue, Mar 19 2013 9:26 AM||Permanent Link|
Is there a need for anything special? The EWB/RO system works very nicely at the
moment, and I think it is best discussed here if there is anything needed. The only
thing I'd really like is for the RemObjects Service Editor to output the EWB
version of the interfaces, which wouldn't be hard, but it is not hard to do
What did you have in mind?
|Tue, Mar 19 2013 11:12 AM||Permanent Link|
sorry for my ignorance, but when you talk about 'RemObjects', what product
do you mean? RemObjects Software offers many solutions.
Thanks in advance & Greetings ... Peter
Sorry for my weird english
|Tue, Mar 19 2013 11:17 AM||Permanent Link|
I use the RemObjects SDK, which is the foundation for the other items. It is the
communications channel that you can use to talk to a server.
|Tue, Mar 19 2013 1:19 PM||Permanent Link|
Matthew Jones <email@example.com> wrote:
> I use the RemObjects SDK, which is the foundation for the other items. It is the
> communications channel that you can use to talk to a server.
> /Matthew Jones/
Actually I can add more to that to explain. Basically, I use the RemObjects
SDK tools to define a software interface that can then be accessed via
various methods. I used to use the binary link to connect between Windows
Services that sat in the background and the user interface in the
foreground, but the world shifted and now I use their Indy web server with
SSL as the communications link. Thus I have a service that acts as a web
server on an https connection. It will serve basic html pages, but also has
a JSON interface to the underlying web service that does the smart work.
This is not REST as it keeps state, but that is handy anyway, and allows me
to concentrate on my side of things, and they take care of the bit in the
middle. Using it with EWB has been easy thanks to the examples posted by
Bob (I hope I credited him correctly).